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Collected Item: “Street Art Destroy Racism – Collection of anti-racist art”

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Street Art Destroy Racism – Collection of anti-racist art

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Racism is a virus, a sickness we need to fight and eradicate together! ✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻 I will never understand, but I stand with you.

This portrait is based on a powerful photo by @futurehackney taken during the Black Lives Matter protests in London. This mural will definitely stay for a while – a reminder that inequalities and injustices happen every day, tearing countless lives and families apart, and that the fight against racism and discriminations can never stop.⁣ ⁣⁣

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street art, visual art, pandemic, virus, racism, collection, ASU, Social Justice, HST580

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Vidar Egnér

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